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GREAT DAY FOR UNIVERSITY.
LIBERAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE
ENDOWMENT FI ND.
The SIOO,OOO Wanted Will Probably
Be in Sight Within n
Gratifying: Meeting of the Alumni
Association—Degree Conferred on
Chancellor Hill by the South
neitern Prewbyteria ti Iniversity.
riaoset at the Alumni Lunch.
Athens, Ga., June 19.—T0-day was be
yond all doubt the biggest day in the
history of the University of Georgia.
Jt was a day of wild enthusiasm among
the alumni of the university and pecu
liarly a day of triumph for Chancellor
Hill, whose name was applauded at every
The Alumni Society met at 9:30 o’clock
this morning in the Phi Kappa hall, be
ing called to order by the president, Hon.
P. W. Meldrira of Savannah. The first
business transacted was the enrolling of
members, and by the time that was fin
ished fully 200 alumni were in the hall.
The enthusiasm was staricd when Hon.
Brantley A. Denmark of Savannah, chair
man of the Committee on Endowment,
presented his report, in which he showed
subscriptions in three bounties in the
First Congressional dletrist to the amount
pf SII,OOO. This report started the other
alumni into action, and in thirty minute?
$5,665 had been subscribed by a few mem
bers present, Mr. E. R. Hodgson of Ath
ens heading the list with SI,OOO. The dif
ferent committeemen in the eleven con
gressional district will not get to work,
and there is no doubt about having the
SIOO,OOO endowment fund ompk'te by next
The alumni orator selected for next
year is Dr. Benjamin M. Palmer of New
Orleans, the first alternate Gen. John B.
Gordon and the second alternate Judge
Emory Speer. A committee was appoint
ed to arrange for u grand centennial ban
quet and reception next commencement.
Addrrgft of 31 r. Peck.
The society, after finishing its business,
formed seconding to classes and pro ced
ed to the chapel, where they listened to
the address of their chosen orator, Hon.
George R. Peck of Chicago.
Mr. Peck was eloquently introduced by
Hon. P. W. Meld rim of Savannah, and
proceeded to make a very able address
upon the mUsion of the scholar. His
gddress gave evidence of a vast amount
of study and made a fine impression on
all present. He taid:
When you asked me to speak before
the Alumni of this venerable institution---
this cherishing mother of to ..uch that
is best and g.eatst in Georgia history—
I felt that the invitation meant far more
that ii said. It meant that dreams (orr.e
true. It meant that North and South no
longer nurse their sad and tragic memo
ries, but having watched out the night
joyfully welcome the advancing day. And
it meant ale©, that when who onev
were enemies look into each o:her’a eyes
they see only the same natures, the same
hopes and the same faith.
I am an Northern man, and every drop
©f blood In my veins has coursed through
generations of Puritans. Nay, more; as
If to show that the age of chivalry is no:
gone, and to give your courtesy a deeper
significance, there was a time when I
stood in arms facing the brave soldiers of
the South, even here in Georgia among
the hills and valleys you love .so well. I
have neither earned ror merited the honor
of addressing you, which by uniform cus
tom hns heretofore been given to s-om*
son of the university. But you asked me
to come, and so in plain fashion, I thank
you. and give you hand for hand and
beuri for heart.
You have graciously bidden me forget
the miles that separate this beainlful
shrine from my far-off Northern home
You have made me believe the mountains
and rivers serve more to unite than to di
vide. I bring you salutations and a
HUge. It is this: Let us remember :hai
by a stress which is stronger than legal
enactments, deeper and more sacred than
constitutions and statutes, we are kin
folk forevermore. Illinois and Gforgia
are not so unlike as a casual observer
might think; certainly not more different
than are the people north of the Tweed
from those who till the fields and gardens
of Kent and Surrey. Language more
than latitude dominates the making of
nations. It has been my fortune to dwell
in a land of rigorous winters, and slow,
reluctant springs; but if the crocus ani
the buttercup come to you before they
visit us, their beauty is not lessened be
cause we must longer wait their coming.
• *•••• • • * I
The Race Moves Onward.
When I think of tne many great sons
of the Sou h, fam us in council and in
fiel k wh hv* ten nrt re l heie I
toes rate to ui er th .h ughts that this
occasion su ges’s. Let rre ra her be a
e*nch r w h y-u f< r those t u ha whUh
make tuman xb tonce " rth on ig es
e ort. I oubtle s you wore aught in these
( h I*9Uo lulls thi-i life w uld br.i g o 1
mi. ny sorrows and many rude awakenings
Ti e pr niros path is not f r him why
eees afar the goal of high re so ves. What
ev r thef qmver Ity a ;,.ht .nd wha e r
It left for the stern u e ge of ex tile ce
you have lad some g o©my h u s w h n
It se med that men a e nly at ms in a
great meclu ni m which lit e heeds the
particles t! at com, cse it .In he tinmen
sity of the universe, ihe in nite sweep
of s. ace, and mire pr undly mvster
lou , the ini nlte sweep of time, h< w u e
lefs it artms to battle agah.st the tilings
that are. or hope for he hingi tint
ought io be. And y t, gen .eintn, the r&ca
does move onward. Otn of a welter.ng
chaos, harmc y aid < rder are gra lual >
evolved, and history" is transformed from
a discordant med.ey into an epic of no
ble and rhythm c b a.ity. In this ma
jestic, this imperial drama we are a 1
actors. The a mni and h s udent* if
this university join and by indis olub e t e'
to scholars and le rncrs tverywheree, con-
Stl'ute, in a high en obling sense, a
guil.il a fraternity consciously or unc'n
•clous y nun b red w ith ail who a e fe.t
th. touch of liner issues, or heard the
call of immemorial duties.
Gentlemen this mo her of yours, this
ti~ e-honore \ universltv, is not less dear
t t is m a .and wh ch u •
known to til* culture of Attica. V
Ar*.fr a is anew w -r and, the four* c n
tur:c; -dnc* - Cf!uml us s eered hi •torr
torsed caravels in quest of far Cithay,
con fil ed wish inspiring - omen
rophecies. The American scholar
cannot be deaf to them; and under th*
cons rain’ of a duty whose voice 1' never
silent, he must str.ve without ceasing to
make his countrymen heed them. Can
any intelligent citizen of the l % ni ed States
fail to see ihai the inexorable power
which the Greeks named Fate, and
whi h tlie sweeter and v.l er philosophy
of the Christian calls Providence, has or
dained that here. In our own country, is
the widest opportunity ever given for the
high-souled effort of high-souled men?
History of the < onuuoimcalth.
As alumni of the university, you are
Inseparably connected with the history
and traditions of thjs commonwealth.
Kenesaw and Peach Tree answer each
other when roll of your heroism is
called, and a hundred fields where your
valor was attested swell the chorus of
proud and solemn memories. Georgia i
more than any other state, except, per- |
haps, \ irglni;., felt the deep and deadly I
meaning of war, its desolation, Its hor
rors and i% woe. And yet, it was Geor
gia, clad in her widow * weeds, that first
lifted up her eyes to the radiant future,
and first moved forward to the shining
gates of destiny. Gentlemen. 1 saw At
lanta a smouldering ruin; but I saw her
again in her regal splendor, the mistress
of an imperial commerce, the sign and
symbol of that undying faith which meets
disaster with a smile and greets affliction
with a kiKs. This state Is, in more souse's
than one, the Empire State of the South,
and this university is doing a great and
Peful work when she gives each year a
(Continued on Seventh Page.)
Liver Cure posi
tively cures bil
iousnegs, ooati and
tty constipation, jatm-
Lee, sallow com-
Vi plexion, face erup-
V Vflf tions,impure blood,
\ a sick headaches,
v wind in stomach
and gives natural
’WfesgtOmfr xK'dicaV" advice
vU 1 WP free. 1505 Arch
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NON-SI IT \V VS Gll VNTED.
Woman Wanted Damages for Kill
ing of Her Husband.
Atlanta. June 19.—The case of Mr?. Jo
sephine Wallace against the Central of
Georgia Railroad Company, which has
been on trial several days in Fulton Su
perior Court, resulted this morning In a
non-suit In favor of the railroad company.
The plaintiff. Mrs. Josephine Wallace,
brought suit against the Central of Geor
gia Railway Company for the homicide of
her husband. G W. Wallace. ho was a
railroad engineer in the service of the
defendant, and who was killed in a colli
sion ar Fort McPherson in August. 1896.
On the calling of the <Jase. counsel for
the defendant stated tha the fee of the
plaintiff’s counsel, being contingent. Judge
J H. Lumpkin was disqualified over the
trial, being related to Mr. Hoke Smitii of
plaintiff’s counsel. Col. B. F. Abbott was
then agreed upon between counsel.
11l III.IN < II \ NOMINATIONS.
.Major lliekn Nticeefcfeful by at* l•
expectedly Large Majority.
Dublin, Ga., June 19.—Yesterday James
B. Hicks was nominated Mayor of Dub
lin over J. V. Sanders by u majority of
SO votes. All of tho councilmen upon the
Hicks ticket were elected, except Mr. O,
11. P. Bawls, who was defeated by Mr.
A. R. Arnau of the Sanders ticket by
one vote. The full ticket elected is as
Mayor, J. R. Hicks; councilmen. A. T.
Summerlin, E. R. Orr, F. H. Rowe, J.
A Jackson and A. R. Arnau.
The Mayor-elect is the present Mayor
of Dublin, and Messrs. Sumerlin and Orr
are members of the present board. Mr.
Arr.au is the present clerk of Council.
The larso majority received by Mayor
Hicks was a great surprise, as few' be
lieved that there would be a difference
of more than fifteen or twenty votes.
The Best Prescription for Malaria,
Chill* and Fever, is a bottle of Grove’s
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine In a tasteless form. No cute
—no pay. Price 50<\— ad.
A regular convocation oi
this chapter will 1m held
(Wednesday) evening at Ma
sonic Temple ot 8 o’clock. rcxf
The R. A. Degree will be
Visiting companions frater- 0, f
nally invited to meet with a. —.J
us. By order of
H. S. COLDING, H. P.
W. S. ROCKWELL, Secretary.
GEORGIA I I u:iMI. OIHIK TOHV
The annual meeting of the Georgia Fu
neral Directors' Associat on will convene
at Y. M. H. A. Hail. Masonic Tejnple. thi.-
( Wednesday) morning, June 20, 1900, at
9:30 o’clock. W. ED. PLATT,
Attest: C. J. SHELVERTON, Sect’y.
Southern Bank of the State of Georgia.
Savannah, Ga.. May 29, 19u0.
A meting of the stockholders of this
bank will be held at the Banking House
in this city on Wednesday, June 20 proxi
mo, at 11 o’clock a. m . to lake action in
regard to renewal of charter of the Batik
which will expire in October, next.
By order of the Board.
A i \II> TO THE lU'BLIC.
Mr. Andrew Hanley will be pleased to
have any person attlicted with Bright
Disease, Diabetes, or any form of Kid ey
or Bladder trouble; Rheumatism, Goui
and Dyspepsia, call at his office, Whiiakei
and York streets, between the hours of 1
m. and 2 p. m. and 5 and 7 p. m daily,
when he will explain why ond how uui
can l>e permanently cured in from three
to six weeks by either visiting tJuwane-
Sprlngs or drinking the water at home.
SPLENDID STORK OIILDIM* FUfi
The handsome and commodious double
stores known as the. Whitfield building
situate corner WhKaker, State and Pres
ident streets, now occupied by Messrs
Lindsay & Morgan, can be rented in
whole or Iri part from Oct. 1. This
building is in the center of a growing
business neighborhood and opposite th*
new United States Court House and Post
office, and is a splendid stand for any
W. M. & W. E. CONEY,
Till \ HER BOLT STABLES.
1 have reopened my stables at Thunder
bolt Driving Park. Mini will be pleased tc
receive a limited number of boarders.
Having enlarged and improved quarters,
splendid pasture and competent help un
der my personal supervision and direction
irst-class board and the best attention is
guaranteed. Terms on application.
A. P. DOYLE
TO HEM' lM IL SEI’T OR CM I
A cool, desirable, fu lv-furnished par
ment, In one of the p:.t a< t . t 1 cat o s
in New York city. Comenlent to 1 1 a
ted and surface roads. Sven (7> . 1
light rooms and bath, modern conve
niences, silver, linen, china, ea S.V>.CO per
month. References exchanged Answer
Wallis, No. i!8 Burling sliu, New Vo. k
Retail Gro ery .Store, with bar .attached,
doing only a cash business. Net Income
52.500 per year. Satisfactory reasons for
selling. Small stock, which can be bought
on easy terms.
W, C. FRIPP & CO.
NATIONAL MATTHEW HID RENO
All kinds mattres. re made to older. Fine
urled hair and moss mattresses rx spccla.-
ly. Our medicated steam renovating pro
e.-s of hair, feathers, moss. etc.. Is en
i ir-nl by our io. .and physicians as being tile
ins’ germ desUtyer in use. Vour old mal
lietsi's or leather beds made new at reas
onable prices. We carry h full line of tick,
lngs, hair, feniln rs übd moss. Call and in
sped our methods.
JAW. K. TxOONER. Prop..
Bell Phone 1136. 331 Drayton street.
DON’T LET THE WEATHER WOR
You can get as good meats now as In the
winter at my stalls In the City M irket.
I have my meats shipped to me d.re: t, and
Itny cooling room keeps it all right. To
day; Prime Reef, Mutton and Veal, Spring
Lamb, Matchless Corned Beef.
Phones 7. JOHN FUNK.
the MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20. 1900.
Dinner 1 to 3, 6 to 9. Wednesday, June 20.
Red Snapper au Oourtbouillon.
Potatoes ala Duchesse.
Sliced Toma toe?, with French Dressing.
Chow Chow. Mixed Pickles, Queen Olives.
Fulton Market Corn Beef and Cabbage.
Ribs of Baltimore Beef, Dish Gravy.
Cutlets of Mince Chicken ala Bordelaise.
Spanish Fritters au Rum.
1 Mashed Potatoes, Boiled Roasting Ears.
Green Peas. Rice, Stewed Tomatoes.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Huckleberry Pie, Assorted Cakes.
Cheese, Crackers, Fruits.
Rice Pudding. Lemon Sauce.
At LEVAN'S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
•‘A Si RE Cl RE.’*
Have you indigestion? If you
have we will guarantee relief, and
if our directions are followed, will
gnarantee u cure or no pay. Ask
your druggist for a bottle of float's
Vegetable Bitters ot once. Why
sutler when you can get relief?
Sloat'a Vegetable Bitters will
make your children strong ant*
SAVANNAH FOINDRY AND MACHINE
Builders of Marine and Stationery Boilers,
will furnish estimates on new work in
competition with Northern and Western
Repair work on Engines and Boilers.
HEAL ESTATE AXD INSURANCE
We buy and sell real estate, collect rents
and negotiate loans on same at 5 per cent.
Repie.-.ent the Travelers' Insurance Com
pany, accident and liability departments.
Represent the New York Underwriters
Fire Insurance Agency and the Phoenix
Mutual Life Insurance Comiany.
All business entrusted to us will be ap
preciated and will receive prompt and
cat etui attention.
No. 27 Bay, east. Telephones 3tS.
W. C. FRIPP & CO.
Two' new beautiful launches.
One 16-toot 1- horse power, seats S per
One 25-toot 4-horse power, seats 16 per
These are the ''ldeal” gentleman's
launch, built by the Racine Boat Cos. ot
.hu-tuc. Vv is., auu uscu at au uie tuns
and exhibitions in the Western states.
Starts in a minute. No lire, no smoke,
no dirt, and lull trial given on these
handsome launches. Apply to
Agents tor Racine Boats.
PARK AVENUE PHARMACY.
Prescriptions filled at any hour day or
night. The only U\o drug store in south
ern section of Savannah.
PARK AVENUE PHARMACY,
J. U BRAN AN, Proprietor,
Corner Park avenue and Barnaid St.
20 110 volt. Sti ndaid Dayton Fans, in
stalled, at $£2,35.
25 500 voh Standard Dayton Fans, in
stalled. at 128.50.
We have other makes equally as cheap.
ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.,
Phone 62. 112 Drayton street.
fancy and re-pressed brick.
We manufacture and sell all kinds of
fancy and re-pressed brick, paving and
bulkling bricks. Our common brick are
the best for building purposes, being larger
than other kilns make, and cheaper. Sea
*amole c and pi Ices.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Congress and Drayton streets.
IF IT’S MCE, VVK HAVE IT.
Raspberry Vinegar, Lime Juice, Lemon,
Raspberry, Orange and Pineapple Syrup.
Imported and I domestic Ginger Ale, Sar
saparilla and Club Soda.
HAHDKfi & MARSHALL.
TRV Rt.n III’ HIT.
Il Is tlie beet t drink.
Ask for it and you w.li be de.,gx.t.,
By Jung Brewing Company. Branch.
Bull and River streets.
\VM. M. BRICKEN, Manager
CHBK.VK A < 0.,
Jiew line ot Picture moulding.
Jam received. lew Pictures. Cull
nud see the beautiful plcure, Temp
Cleanest, qulest dace in town Is Helm
ken's Cafe. One block from De Soto.
AT (■ IHDNEn'i
Ix>ok at my tine, fresh mrlsn*. Get one
All fruits fresh and the fine,l.
'Phone 575. M. S. GARDNER.
P. S.—Plenty line roasts and steak,.
Spring rlcefield Lamb.
Neither the master nor consignees of the
German burk Marie will be respouslb.e
lor any debts contneted by the crew.
STRACHAN & CO., Consignees.
Savannah. Ga., June JO, 1900s
HSh.... rf.>i Base Ball Q
!T ■ | 4 1 Prices quoted on \
TE. iT-TJ f \Base Ball Uniforms.
qSq Wifi _ al _ Mm
mil ii i mi Cm
FOR PEOPE OF TASTE. we ZCI" h ° leiomc '
The finest coffee in the world is the celebrated
The perfection of Java and Mocha; selected, roaHed and packed by ex
perts. Makes the most delirious cup imaginable. You don't know coffee
until you've tried it Hermetically sealed tin of 3 pounds net, sl. To be had
only at MUNSTER’S,
PHONES 551. DUFFY AND DRAYTON.
SELLS iT FO -? LESS.
Insect Powder, R. D. Cos, pound 25c S. S. S 60c and $1.20
Roach Belt 10c King's Royal Germiiure 50c
Sassafras and Sarsaparilla Compound.,7sc K. R. C. (Will Cure Rheumatism) SI.OO
Talcum Powder sc, 10c, 15c, 23c Adam’s Brushes 50c to $3.00
Johnson’s Tonic 25c Shoulder Braces 50c
Dyspesia Tablets FREE . Uopoctio Pills 25c
We ha\e nothing just as good, bm always sell what Is called for. No fakes.
Everything is genuine. Alai 1 orders solid ted.
TELEPHONE 539. KNIGHT’S PHARMACY.
Harris Lithia Water KODAKS
contains more Lirhia than any water ij 20 PER CENT. OFF.
“ _ Graphophones & Records
SPEC x ACLES Allgretti Creams.
which we charge SI.OO others charge -ftt \\ r~* i
12.50. We save you from $2.00 to $5.00 iNUimally t_.ancsy
on Eyeglass prescriptions. ji| FRESH EVERY OTHER DAY.
If you want - mething that will positively cure Rheumatism use FRANK’S
RHEUMATIC li RE.
BULL AND CONGRESS AND 309 BULL STREET.
' speuTahTnotj c tu
For the next sixty days at Mark Ap
ple’s repository will bo sold a full and
complete line of all kinds ot vehicles at a
reduced price. 1 ask the public to call and
inspect my stole. 1 am the agent for
some of the highest grade Buggies, Car
riages, Phaetons, Stanhopes and Buna
bouts. Don't miss this opportunity, for
this Is no humbug. Also a full line ot De
livery Wagons and Hurness.
320 Broughton street, west.
Just the thing for picnics, maroons,
excursions, and sumrrter.
A glass of the finest and purest soda
water can he made in one minute.
A full supply at
Congress street and Bui. Street Branch
SI \\ AN EE SPRINGS HOTEL,
Situated on the banks of the Suwranne river.
Climate nnet,ualed. No malaria. .Nomosqui-
Toes. Cool nights Most healthful amt delight
ful resort In the : outb. Water cures every
known disease Beard $lO per week, special
rate for commercial men of S2 per day, wh ch
inel ties transfer 'la. h and accommoda
tions strictly lust class. For Illustrated iam
phict address Suwaneo Springs < 0 Suwanca
springs, Ha ANDREW HANLKV . Mgr.
For sale, bark Chipman, slightly dam
aged recently by lightning on top he k
ftom mstnenast for.tu.d. llu.l flrst-c.ass
■ oidition. Ira id with lion km es in per
fect o and r, m al sit a-he ! aid bolted tan
be rent! ■ rx ~1 cd <r converted In a
bn ge. la; tie i- e, . sled In the purchase
ot tuts ve..- 1 appl.
METZGER BROS., Mob e A.a.
LARGE WAREHOUSE AND
to rent, located head of Broughton
etreel, on West llr. ad. it- w .cou
pled by the Savannah Cirri go and
Wagon Cos. As they vvlii give up
bust css in ih lty en June i, i offer
It for rent from that date
H 1* SMART.
THE WAV TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way tc get your carpels prop,
erly taken up, cleaned und taken care of
for the Bummer is to turn the Job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call al 32 Montgomery
street, and they will make yon an esti
mate or. the cost of the work. Prices
reasonable. They uTo pack, move and
■tore furniture and pianos.
C. H. MEDLOCK. Supt, and Mgr.
lltiMi.s EXECI TED
By the American Bonding and Trust Com
pony of Baltimore. We arc authorised to
execute locally (Immediately u|>on appli
cation!, all bonds in Judl, ia! proceeding*
In cither the state or United Sutrs
courts. and of u.lmlnlstrators und
HEARING & HULL, Agents.
Telephone 324 Provident Bulltdng.
Dll. H. H. MARTIN,
7 Jones Street, West.'
Practice limited to diseases of eye, oar
nose and throat.
Hours— 9 to 1, 4 to 6 and by appoint
That Keop time can he easily
answered by looking over
ur nlock. The lower priced an
"ell us the hitcher priced
finality. We have the fatuous
Dost on movement— not to be
found elsewhere. The best
clock for the family in the
world. Clock repairing to
make the clock, keep time.
mmJm Wayne and West Bruad Sts..
SCOTCH HIGH BALLS,
made from Slater, Roger & Co.’s
A. T. Kelly,
Due lot 20xJ20 ou Tenth street,
One ot ->0&123 on Ninth itriet,
I’rlcee lower than anything clue
la the neljt hborbood, and terms very
Roth lots uroi the Eighth Street
C. 11. DOIISETT,
S iiiiif Pliste
For sale. a Forsuuh Newspapir Folder,
will fold sheet rab. It R In g ,od order.
Price lIOU. It cost origlna.ly Ji.jtjO, bill
we have no urc for It and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
OLD NEWSPAPER!!, !M0 for li cents, at
Business Office Morning News.
May look just alike and
' wear entirely different.
You know, if you’ve worn our kind that
they combine style with durability; good
material with good fit.
HAVE YOU TRIED A PAh
PAIR OF OUR LA
DIES’ OXFORD TIES V
WE Me ABLE k READY
TO PLEASE YOU.
Savannah Steam Laundry Cos.,
!l Congress Slreel, West. Phone 383,
“Gaining Thousands Daily.”
\ Is pleasing millions ol smokers
\ th oughout our glorious land.
) Excels in aroma, quality, and
K made by hand. That’s All.
\ j. PirreoHi 1 1,
/ 206 Bay .Street, West.
j ( wps
, Makers, New York.
Exclusive Family Liquor Store
IN THE CITY. TRY OUR FAMOUS
Pure Rye Whiskey.
Fall Quarts, si; four bottles, containing fall Gallon, $3.50.
nr I r*|\|pr!3 0 ft n Sole Proprietors, 13 Whitaker Street.
L t L3! l ULn ft uUlf FULL LINE OF CLARET WINES.
Oi Uie a ait ui >eorg.t.
capital o. o
Surplus and undivided profits— ...—J3iS,uou
t/iti UOilctil Ut V tic. stall, Jv
Superior tactliuea t-or uausactxng a
ue .rat uu a.ti, h ua.n -ss
elections made on alt points
acceaaible thrt ugn i md bankers
Accoui.t. ox . tihi-.il, . a „c. a, .tlerctiaola
and otlieis soliciltd. Safe Deposit Boxes
Department of Savings, Interest payable
Sells Stearllng Exchange on London a
JOHN FLANNERY, President.
HORACE A. CRANK. Vioe President
JAMKS ST T T,T TVAN r-nhter
JNO. FLANNERY. WAX W. GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. W. W. GORDON Jr.
H A. CRANE. JOHN M. EGAN.
LKK ROY MYERB. JOSEPH FERiiT.
H P. SMART. CHARLES ELLIB.
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY
enunrs nf ii ■ks mer h.nts. sorp r
t ns i id). and ah olq t ,
.tt ga eiar.mcut. iC.etest pi
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults u
collections made on all points at rca
Dial is sold on all the chief cities of lb,
t orrespondence Invited.
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President
iYtv G t j i^TlhT
The best Is the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler & Co.',
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
cremate apm ot mai city, ine.-.e
epiings ore the properly of Wheeler A
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland has iho.-e waters but
themselves. The Wheeler Ginger Ale Is
mane from pure Jamaica Ginger Root at, 1
not from Red Poppet, as others are; on,
Is deleterious—the other is a lonic.
Ppr Health fulness und Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale is the best.
_ Sole Southern Agents, Savannah, Ga.
One of our clients has placed In our
hands $25,000 to loan on good Savnn ah
real estate at reasonable rates of Interest.
BECKETT & BECKETT,
St President street, east.
LEOPOLD ADLER. c. 8. ELLI3L
President. vice President
W. F M'CATTLEY Cashier.
VV 111 be pleaded iO recel\e the account*
of Merchants. 11. me, individuals, liankA
unti Corrci atlons.
I-lberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities, insur
tn#r prompt returns.
Sep rn l * S'V'n-ft; n^artment
INTEREST coyri'.iCNDED titAR.
TER LI ON DEPOSITS,
(Safety Depodl and Vaults far
-c-* r' wro c nr , r ,flp n( ,p so lj r (tpd.
Tin Cltas BanX
CAPITAL. SSOO 000.
solicit* Accounts 0 ( individuals,
IliTcliuuis, iiuuks und utiicf Corpo*
Collectfonn hatuS>U with mntety,
economy and diMpntcli.
Interest coiupniiudcd quarterly
allowed on deposits In our Savina*
*nfi**\ iitputll lloipa and Stora*e
A a it 11*
intWri F* V OK \ UAHK PrealdenU
ftlll.liS 15. I. WE, % Ice I'reiident.
CI UIHJK . MKFM W. Cahler.
GOIIDON 1.. GROOVErt, Anat. Caahlef.
No. iWU. Chanered,
IMIS iII I M
CAPITAL. l.W.vOv. ab'RPLUa. SIOO,OOO.
cNnDD oiates depository.
J. a. G. Carson, President.
UEIUNE GORDON, Vice President.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banka and bankers, mer
chants and corporations received upas
the most favorable terms consistent with
rate and conservative banking.
THE GERMANIA BANK
oA i xV.'i it.lil, Vi A.
LndiVided profits oO.OM
Tins cans; .. is .xa sex . t.es to corpora
tions, meuhauls and Individuals.
Uaa authority to act as executor, al
tr.Jblstratoi. guardian, eto.
Issues drafts on the pi in,'pal cities IB
Great Britain und Ireland and uo tbs
interest paid or compounded quarterly
on depo Its In the Saving Department.
?afcty Boxes for rent.
HENRY BI.UN. President.
GKO. W TJEDK.MAN. Vice PresldSDL
JOHN M. HOGAN Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass t Cashier.